MaxVal Patent Litigation Databank expands coverage to include Global Patent Litigation Data

MaxVal, a leading technology-enabled IP solutions provider known for its cutting edge products and automated solutions announces the global data expansion of MaxVal’s Litigation Databank with the inclusion of valuable non-US litigation data. MaxVal’s Litigation Databank is an exhaustive collection of litigation data including cases of US District Courts, Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, International Trade Commission, Supreme

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Tech Giants Including Samsung Sued by KAIST Over Infringement of FinFET Technology

Samsung Electronics, Qualcomm and Global Foundries are being sued in the Federal Court of Texas by the US-based Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology (KAIST) for usage of their FinFet technologies without any permit.

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Court Shuts Down Patent Infringement Case Against Amazon.com

The U.S. District Court for the Northern District of California has dismissed a lawsuit against Amazon.com filed by TriDim Innovations claiming patent infringement. TriDim filed a suit on Nov 30th 2015 for infringing two patents (U.S. Patent No. 5,838,326 and 5,847,709) on a “computer controlled display system” which it acquired from Xerox Corp. It claims that Amazon.com uses similar software

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Software Patents Are Against the First Amendment?

The verdict issued on Friday by the U.S Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit, found that three patents asserted against anti-virus companies were patent-ineligible under 35 U.S.C. § 101 and that they did not pronounce a patentable invention. The patents were owned by Intellectual Ventures, which has a standing in the tech world as “patent troll”.

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$22 Million Verdict: Cellular Communications Equipment wins demonstrative victory against Apple Inc.

After finding that Apple willfully infringed on a patent, EDTX has adjured Apple to pay $22 million to Cellular Communications Equipment LLC, a subsidiary of Acacia Research. CCE holds a portfolio of telecommunications patents, mostly into Long-Term Evolution (LTE) technologies. Attorneys from Caldwell Cassady & Curry, a high-stakes civil litigation firm specializing in patent infringement and co-founder disputes, represented CCE

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False Testimony Leads to Triple Damages Award by EDTX against Samsung

Samsung Electronics was punished with a $21 million enhanced damages award after finding egregious willful infringement of patents held by Imperium IP Holdings of the Cayman Islands. Judge Mazzant cited the US Supreme Court’s decision this June in Halo Electronics v. Pulse Electronics while making his determination to triple the damages. At Halo, the majority opinion held that the two-step Seagate test is inconsistent with § 284,

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5 Indicators to Predict Patent Litigation Outcomes

If you are involved in any patent litigation, whether you are the plaintiff or defendant, you naturally want to know the potential outcome of your case. At this stage, it would be helpful to be able to forecast the outcome of the litigation.

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MaxVal’s Litigation Databank to supplement Aistemos’ IP Analytics Platform, Cipher

MaxVal Group, Inc. is pleased to announce its latest partnership with Aistemos, Europe’s leading IP analytics company, for its patent litigation data. US-based MaxVal has licensed its curated patent litigation data and the databank application programming interface (API) for integration into Aistemos’ global IP intelligence platform, Cipher.

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MaxVal’s Litigation Databank Now Includes PTAB Search and Alerts*

MaxVal’s Litigation Databank contains a comprehensive database of over 71,000 cases from the U.S. District Courts, the Court of Appeals, the Supreme Court and the ITC.  Litigation Databank subscribers can search cases, produce reports on cases and parties, set watches and download case related documents. Existing and new Litigation Databank subscribers registered before Jan 31, 2016, can access USPTO Patent

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